Misc

What’s 40% of nothing?

What is it they say again about things that look too good to be true?

If you haven’t already tried to redeem one of these, don’t bother, unless you want to look like a mug like what I just did. There is a genuine discount campaign running; one aimed at the corporate market. The genuine voucher has space for company name, etc., so if you can get your hands on one of them, I presume you can still get your cheap plonk. But these are most definitely fakes.

How am I supposed to get my Chateau Latour ‘61 now I’ve given Jeeves the afternoon off?

UPDATE: As you can see from the comments, it seems the only person who has been excluded from this promotion is me. The offy I went to is my local that I’ve been going to for years, and branded “The Local” – part of the Threshers group. The sales guy has been there years and ought to know what he’s talking about. He even showed me the ‘legit’ coupon, which as I say in the post included space for “company name”, etc.. But if it’s working for you, it’s working for you.

Merry f%&$ing Christmas.

Further Update: I went down to another Threshers store, where they’d heard about this promotion, days before, and the man there said my coupon was okaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyy.

Nice one Hugh/Jason.

Marcus adds: 800,000 download voucher for cheap booze reports BBC.

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